An employer is prohibited from trying to influence an employee's vote by:
• Intimidating an employee with physical force, violence, restraint, or other type of injury
• Placing a political message on or inside an employee's pay envelope
• Exhibiting in the workplace, within 90 days of an election, any poster or other type of communication that threatens work will be stopped, wages reduced, the business will close, or other retaliatory action taken if any particular ticket or candidate is elected or defeated (NY Elect. Law Sec. 17-150)
State law prohibits job discrimination against any employee, with a few exceptions, because ...